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West Linn Lions clubs host annual egg hunt

The weather was perfect for the West Linn Lions Club and the West Linn Riverview Lions Club annual egg hunt on Saturday on the field at West Linn High School. Children of all ages showed up with baskets in hand ready to snatch up as many eggs as possible.

by: J. BRIAN MONIHAN - It's a mad dash to gather eggs filled with candy and prizes at the hunt at the West Linn High School football field.

by: J. BRIAN MONIHAN - Its easy picking as kids of all ages race to scoop up as many eggs as they can.

by: J. BRIAN MONIHAN - West Linn Lions Club President Richard Senger is on the lookout with some additional eggs for any child who might not have found any.

by: J. BRIAN MONIHAN - Avery Patterson, 2, of West Linn, and her dad practice before the race.

by: J. BRIAN MONIHAN - Eager egg hunters line the entire length of the football field at West Linn High School on Saturday. The hunt, sponsored by both the West Linn Lions Club and the West Linn Riverview Lions Club, included 5,000 eggs stuffed with candy and a few special prizes. This was the 59th annual egg hunt sponsored by the clubs.

by: J. BRIAN MONIHAN - To the victor go the spoils. Two-year-old Avery Patterson, of West Linn, enjoys one of the candies she found in her eggs.

by: J. BRIAN MONIHAN - Who needs a basket? This little guy juggles a handful of eggs while trying to gather a few more.